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Week27 Power rankings

Jeff Owens, SceneDaily.com
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Posted January 27, 2011 12:59 PM EST
Where does your favorite driver rank in FOXSports.com's Power Rankings at the end of the 2010 NASCAR season? See below

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FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Denny Hamlin

0 5 1/20
Showed mark of a champion by keeping his cool, rallying for runner-up finish after early spin. If he can forget about getting even with Carl Edwards, he's the driver to beat.
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2

Kevin Harvick

0 1 1/16
Berated his crew so badly he might have to celebrate his first championship by himself. Impressive comeback on an off day keeps him in the hunt.
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3

Jeff Gordon

0 2 2/14
Could get a job at a salvage yard the way he turns poor runs into top-10 finishes.
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4

Kyle Busch

0 - 1/13
Kept his cool after getting run over by Jimmie Johnson. It's that maturity thing.
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5

Clint Bowyer

0 6 4/15
Big leap after winning first Chase race, but don't fool yourself into thinking he's a contender. He's not.
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6

Jimmie Johnson

0 4 1/6
Don't get too excited. This is not the first time four-time has started the Chase in a hole. Two or three wins will dig him out quickly.
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7

Tony Stewart

0 4 3/18
Had a fast car but made a bonehead move running out of gas. Will spend the next few races trying to recover.
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8

Carl Edwards

0 1 3/18
Will spend the rest of the Chase looking over his shoulder after spinning Hamlin.
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9

Kurt Busch

0 1 2/15
Got hit more than an NFL running back, and still finished 13th.
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10

Jeff Burton

0 1 4/14
Headed for a top five when he ran out of gas. Par for the course for this team.
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11

Greg Biffle

0 1 3/14
Poor start to the Chase, but 17th is progress compared to his last two races.
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12

Jamie McMurray

0 1 6/20
Deserves to be ahead of at least one Chase driver after impressive third-place finish.
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13

Matt Kenseth

0 1 2/13
Got wrecked and finished 23rd. He's right where he belongs -- last among Chase drivers.
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14

Ryan Newman

0 - 10/20
Solid eighth-place finish. If he had done that a few weeks ago, he might have made the Chase.
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15

David Reutimann

0 3 13/20
Must have gotten some driving lessons from Kyle Busch, who spun and finished two spots behind him.
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16

Juan Pablo Montoya

0 1 4/20
They must be drawing straws over at Earnhardt Ganassi. Both cars can't run well in the same race.
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17

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 - 10/20
Woke up from an eight-week nap in time for an impressive run at New Hampshire. Looked like a Chase driver for the first time in months.
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18

Kasey Kahne

0 3 9/19
Suddenly looks like he has the second-best team at RPM. Can you say lame duck?
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19

Mark Martin

0 3 2/19
You know it's getting chilly down below when Martin gets shown up by Earnhardt Jr.
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20

A J Allmendinger

0 - 15/20
Starting to flash some potential again with second straight top-12 finish.
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